As the day brightened last Friday, the community came out to Central Bucks High School West, chose a Ford car, truck or SUV, and drove. And drove and drove.
On Friday, September 12, from 10:30 to 7pm the Central Bucks West Football Parents Club, band and cheerleaders are hosting the trio’s sixth Ford Drive 4 UR School test drive fundraiser in partnership with Fred Beans Ford of Doylestown.
The unofficial word is in: 143 drivers took test drives in brand new Lincolns on Saturday, May 3, to help raise money for the Palisades High School Cybersonics Technology Team 103, earning the school’s robotics team an expected $4,860 donation from Lincoln Motor Company’s Driven to Give initiative.
We’re really excited to announce that the Cybersonics Technology Team 103 of Palisades High School in Kintnersville is gearing up for its third test-drive fundraiser – and aiming to beat last year’s total of $3,460 raised.
Fred Beans Ford and Lincoln dealerships stand ready to partner with local nonprofits and high schools to raise up to $6,000 for special initiatives that help make our communities great.
The Doylestown community really got behind today’s Driven to Give test-drive fundraiser, taking 242 test-drives (unofficial tally) for a donation of $4,480 from Lincoln Motor Company to the Southeastern Pennsylvania chapter of the American Red Cross.
Set your phone and watch and computer alarms & reminders for any time between 8am and 3pm tomorrow, Friday, December 6, when Fred Beans Lincoln in Doylestown and American Red Cross SEPA Chapter are teaming up with Lincoln Motor Company for a test-drive fundraiser that costs you nothing but a half-hour of your time!
For those who are seriously squeamish or have other reasons, American Red Cross of Southeastern PA, Lincoln Motor Company and Fred Beans Lincoln have conspired to provide you with a way to support your regional chapter without giving a drop of blood or even opening your wallet.
Doylestown Hospital’s associates and members of the community that relies on the hospital’s services took more than 200 test drives in Lincoln sedans and SUVs last Thursday – for an unofficial total donation from Lincoln of $4,580 to the V.I.A. Maternity Center.
If you could hop in a brand new Lincoln car or SUV and drive it around the block with no hassles, sales-y chatter or strings attached, would you do it? What if taking that spin meant Lincoln Motor Company would donate $20 to Doylestown Hospital’s V.I.A. Maternity Center? Would you tell your friends, neighbors and […]